differentiate with respect to t where t is real where w is a constant complex number. I get but that is the wrong answer in my book. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Plato13 differentiate with respect to t where t is real where w is a constant complex number. I get but that is the wrong answer in my book. Thanks Note that is always positive. Thus What can you do with this? -Dan
W is a complex number so this is not true.
Originally Posted by Plato13 differentiate with respect to t where t is real where w is a constant complex number. I get but that is the wrong answer in my book. Thanks Recall that and because is real then Thus . So
Last edited by Plato; May 12th 2013 at 09:29 AM.
Originally Posted by Plato Recall that and because is real then Thus . So Plato, shouldn't that be 2Re(w)t?
Originally Posted by Plato13 Plato, shouldn't that be 2Re(w)t? Right! I will edit.
Thanks for the help
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